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SOIL SCIENCE AND PLANT NUTRITION MSc PROGRAMME

First Year

I. Semester

Code

Course Title

ECTS

T+P

Credit

C/E

Language

501001101

THE SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH METHODS AND ITS ETHICS

7.5

3+0+0

3

C

Turkish

506802501

PREPARATION OF FERTILIZATION PROGRAMS DEPENDING ON SOIL AND PLANT ANALYSIS

7.5

3+0+0

3

C

Turkish

Elective Course-1

7.5

3+0+0

3

E

Turkish

Elective Course-2

7.5

3+0+0

3

E

Turkish

Total of I. Semester

30

12

II. Semester

Code

Course Title

ECTS

T+P

C/E

Language

506802503

FERTILITY ANALYSES OF SOIL

7.5

3+0+0

3

C

Turkish

Elective Course-3

7.5

3+0+0

3

E

Turkish

Elective Course-4

7.5

3+0+0

3

E

Turkish

506802001

Seminar

7.5

0+1+0

-

C

Turkish

Total of II. Semester

30

12

TOTAL OF FIRST YEAR

60

21

Second Year

III. Semester

Code

Course Title

ECTS

T+P

Credit

C/E

Language

506801702

MSc THESIS STUDY

25

0+1+0

-

C

Turkish

506801703

SPECIALIZATION FIELD COURSE

5

3+0+0

-

C

Turkish

Total of III. Semester

30

IV. Semester

Code

Course Title

ECTS

T+P

Credit

C/E

Language

506801702

MSc THESIS STUDY

25

0+1+0

-

C

Turkish

506801703

SPECIALIZATION FIELD COURSE

5

3+0+0

-

C

Turkish

Total of IV. Semester

30

TOTAL OF SECOND YEAR

60

Elective Courses

Code

Course Title

ECTS

T+P

C/E

Language

EFFECT OF SOIL PROPERTIES ON FERTILIZER CONSUMPTION

7.5

3+0+0

3

E

Turkish

506802505

FERTIGATION TECHNIQUES

7.5

3+0+0

3

E

Turkish

506802502

FERTILIZER IN ORGANIC AGRICULTURE

7.5

3+0+0

3

E

Turkish

506801502

MINERAL NUTRITIONAL DISORDERS OF PLANTS

7.5

3+0+0

3

E

Turkish

506801503

PHYTOREMEDIATION

7.5

3+0+0

3

E

Turkish

506802504

PLANT GROWTH TECHNIQUES IN SOILLES MEDIA

7.5

3+0+0

3

E

Turkish

506801504

SOIL PROPERTIES AFFECTING YIELD

7.5

3+0+0

3

E

Turkish

506802506

SOIL, PLANT, WATER RELATIONS

7.5

3+0+0

3

E

Turkish

506801505

WATER HARVESTING TECHNIQUES

7.5

3+0+0

3

E

Turkish

506801501

WATERSHED MANAGEMENT

7.5

3+0+0

3

E

Turkish

(T.R.ESKISEHIR OSMANGAZI UNIVERSITYGRADUATE SCHOOL OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCESCOURSE INFORMATION FORM )

DEPARTMENT

SOIL SCIENCE AND PLANT NUTRITION (MSc)

SEMESTER

COURSE

CODE

TITLE

FERTILITY ANALYSES OF SOIL

LEVEL

HOUR/WEEK

Credit

ECTS

TYPE

LANGUAGE

Theory

Practice

Laboratory

MSc

3

0

0

3

7,5

COMPULSORY

( )

ELECTIVE

( X )

Turkish

CREDIT DISTRIBUTION

Basic Science

Basic Engineering

Knowledge in the discipline

[if it contains considerable design content, mark with ()]

0

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

SEMESTER ACTIVITIES

Evaluation Type

Number

Contribution

( % )

Midterm

1

40

Quiz

Homework

Project

Report

Seminar

Other ()

Final Examination

60

PREREQUISITE(S)

NONE

SHORT COURSE CONTENT

The affecting factors of soil fertility, physical, chemical soil analysis, interpretation of soil analysis results and evaluation of the soil fertility.

COURSE OBJECTIVES

Learning the basic principles and concepts of fertility analysis of soil.

COURSE CONTRIBUTION TO THE PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION

To gain knowledge and experience, practices about soil analysis and soil fertility.

LEARNING OUTCOMES OF THE COURSE

Upon successful completion of this course, the students will be able to; 1) learn basic theoretical knowledge about soil analysis, 2) analyze soil physical properties 3) analyze soil chemical properties 4) interpret the soil analysis results used in determining fertility of soil.

TEXTBOOK

1) Mftolu N. M., Trkmen C ve kl Y., (2012).Toprak ve Bitkide Verimlilik Analizleri, Kriter Yaynevi. 2)Karaal, .2008. Toprak Verimlilii. Nobel Yaynlar, Ankara.

OTHER REFERENCES

1) J.R.Brown, (1987). Soil Testing: Sampling, Correlation, Calibration, and Interpretation. 2)Toprak analizleri (2012). Prof.Dr. Burhan Kacar. Nobel Yaynlar.

COURSE SCHEDULE (Weekly)

WEEK

TOPICS

1

Basic principles of soil analysis

2

The affecting factors of soil fertility

3

Determination of soil fertility with soil analyses

4

Sampling and preparation of soil, Soil texture analysis

5

pH and salt analysis in soil

6

Midterm Examination 1

7

Determination of CaCO3 in soil

8

Determination organic matter in soil

9

Determination of total N in soil

10

Determination of available P in soil

11

Midterm Examination 2

12

Determination of available K in soil

13

Determination of available Fe, Zn, Mn, Cu concentration in soil

14

Interpretation of results of soil analysis and evaluation of the soil fertility

15,16

Final Examination

CONTRIBUTION OF THE COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES TO THE MSc PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES

CONTRIBUTION LEVEL

NO

LEARNING OUTCOMES (MSc)

3

High

2

Mid

1

Low

LO 1

Students learn essential and actual conceptual knowledge in the areas of soil science and plant nutrition and combine and develop this piece of knowledge with personal ingenuity

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LO 2

Students gain ability to attain, understand, use, and produce knowledge in issues of soil science and plant nutrition.

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LO 3

Students improve skills in use of information technologies in public and occupational services.

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LO 4

Students will be able to conduct activities in individual and multidisciplinary areas of soil science and plant nutrition.

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LO 5

Students build up mentality of occupational and ethical responsibility in agricultural engineering

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LO 6

Students take decision on recognizing, deciding, and solving problems in soil science and plant nutrition.

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LO 7

Students will have knowledge on the topics of recognition, planning, conservation, and sustainability of soil and other natural resources

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LO 8

Students perform routine analyses of soil, plant, and water and use the results towards soil fertility, fertilization, mapping, soil and water conservation, and soil reclamation.

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LO 9

To gain the ability to study in laboratories and in the field related to the branch and evaluates the data by using appropriate statistical method.

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LO 10

The ability of interdisciplinary teamwork and to follow the national and international literature

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LO 11

Taking responsibility being initiative and having creativity skills

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LO 12

Using his/her knowledge for the benefit of science and society

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Prepared by: Assoc. Prof. Hatice DAHAN Date: 10/04/2015

Signature:

(T.R.ESKISEHIR OSMANGAZI UNIVERSITYGRADUATE SCHOOL OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCESCOURSE INFORMATION FORM )

DEPARTMENT

SOIL SCIENCE AND PLANT NUTRITION (MSc)

SEMESTER

COURSE

CODE

TITLE

Preparation of Fertilization Programs Depending on Soil and Plant Analysis

LEVEL

HOUR/WEEK

Credit

ECTS

TYPE

LANGUAGE

Theory

Practice

Laboratory

MSc

3

-0

-0

3

7,5

COMPULSORY

( )

ELECTIVE

( X )

TR

CREDIT DISTRIBUTION

Basic Science

Basic Engineering

Knowledge in the discipline

[if it contains considerable design content, mark with ()]

0

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

SEMESTER ACTIVITIES

Evaluation Type

Number

Contribution

( % )

Midterm

1

40

Quiz

Homework

Project

Report

Seminar

Other ()

Final Examination

60

PREREQUISITE(S)

NONE

SHORT COURSE CONTENT

To assessment of the data of soil and plant analysis results and prepare of fertilizer programs.

COURSE OBJECTIVES

To teach students data mining evaluation and establishing convenient fertilization programs.

COURSE CONTRIBUTION TO THE PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION

To know the basic principals of fertilization

LEARNING OUTCOMES OF THE COURSE

1. To evaluate of soil analysis data

2. To become able to establish fertilization program.

3. To chose of suitable fertilizer

4. To categorize of fertilizer speciality

TEXTBOOK

Gdemir .H. (2006). Trkiye Gbre ve Gbreleme Rehberi. Tarm ve Ky leri Bakanl Yaynlar, No 231.

OTHER REFERENCES

-Marschner, H. 1995. Mineral Nutrition of Higher Plants. Academic Press. - Kacar B. ve Katkat V. (1999). Gbreler ve Gbreleme Teknii.

COURSE SCHEDULE (Weekly)

WEEK

TOPICS

1

Fertilization and its importance

2

Basic information on establishing fertilization program

3

The contents and properties of fertilizers

4

The contents and properties of fertilizers

5

Assessment of soil analysis data

6

Midterm Examination 1

7

Assessment of plant analysis data

8

Correlative assessment of data in analysis results

9

Points to consider in establishing fertilization programmes

10

Points to consider in establishing fertilization programmes

11

Midterm Examination 2

12

The determination of required plant nutrients regarding to analysis data

13

A case study for determination of analysis data

14

A case study for establishing fertilization program

15,16

Final Examination

CONTRIBUTION OF THE COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES TO THE MSc PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES

CONTRIBUTION LEVEL

NO

LEARNING OUTCOMES (MSc)

3

High

2

Mid

1

Low

LO 1

Students learn essential and actual conceptual knowledge in the areas of soil science and plant nutrition and combine and develop this piece of knowledge with personal ingenuity

|_|

|_|

|_|

LO 2

Students gain ability to attain, understand, use, and produce knowledge in issues of soil science and plant nutrition.

|_|

|_|

|_|

LO 3

Students improve skills in use of information technologies in public and occupational services.

|_|

|_|

|_|

LO 4

Students will be able to conduct activities in individual and multidisciplinary areas of soil science and plant nutrition.

|_|

|_|

|_|

LO 5

Students build up mentality of occupational and ethical responsibility in agricultural engineering

|_|

|_|

|_|

LO 6

Students take decision on recognizing, deciding, and solving problems in soil science and plant nutrition.

|_|

|_|

|_|

LO 7

Students will have knowledge on the topics of recognition, planning, conservation, and sustainability of soil and other natural resources

|_|

|_|

|_|

LO 8

Students perform routine analyses of soil, plant, and water and use the results towards soil fertility, fertilization, mapping, soil and water conservation, and soil reclamation.

|_|

|_|

|_|

LO 9

To gain the ability to study in laboratories and in the field related to the branch and evaluates the data by using appropriate statistical method.

|_|

|_|

|_|

LO 10

The ability of interdisciplinary teamwork and to follow the national and international literature

|_|

|_|

|_|

LO 11

Taking responsibility being initiative and having creativity skills

|_|

|_|

|_|

LO 12

Using his/her knowledge for the benefit of science and society

|_|

|_|

|_|

Prepared by: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nurdilek GLMEZOLU Date:

Signature:

(T.R.ESKISEHIR OSMANGAZI UNIVERSITYGRADUATE SCHOOL OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCESCOURSE INFORMATION FORM )

DEPARTMENT

SOIL SCIENCE AND PLANT NUTRITION (MSc)

SEMESTER

COURSE

CODE

TITLE

Fertigation Techniques

LEVEL

HOUR/WEEK

Credit

ECTS

TYPE

LANGUAGE

Theory

Practice

Laboratory

MSc

3

-0

-0

3

7,5

COMPULSORY

( )

ELECTIVE

( X )

Turkish

CREDIT DISTRIBUTION

Basic Science

Basic Engineering

Knowledge in the discipline

[if it contains considerable design content, mark with ()]

0

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

SEMESTER ACTIVITIES

Evaluation Type

Number

Contribution

( % )

Midterm

25

Quiz

Homework

25

Project

Report

Seminar

Other ()

Final Examination

50

PREREQUISITE(S)

none

SHORT COURSE CONTENT

To gain knowledge of fertigation techniques

COURSE OBJECTIVES

Learning the basic principles and concepts of fertigation techniques

COURSE CONTRIBUTION TO THE PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION

To gain knowledge and experience, practices about fertigation techniques

LEARNING OUTCOMES OF THE COURSE

Upon successful completion of this course, the students will be able to;

1) Learning the definition and coverage of fertigation techniques 2) Learning injection methos in fertigation. 3. Learning the nutrients and fertilizers used in fertigation 4. Realize the fertigation applications

TEXTBOOK

1)Bitki Besleme ve Gbreleme (2007): Aydn GNE, Mehmet ALPASLAN, Ali NAL. Ankara niversitesi, Ziraat Fakltesi,Yayn No:15512)Sulama Sistemlerinin Tasarm (2013): Prof.Dr. Osman Yldrm, A.. Ziraat Fakltesi, Yayn No: 1594

OTHER REFERENCES

1) Fertigation: Fundamentals and Applications (1982) Editor: P. C. Bandyopadhyay 2) Water and Fertigation Management in Micro Irrigation (2013) Megh R. Goyal (Editor) 3) Crop Water Requirements (1977), FAO Irrigation and Drainage Paper 24, Rome, Doorenbos, J. And Pruitt W.O. 4) Yield Response to Water (1979), FAO Irrigation and Drainage Paper 33, Rome, Doorenbos, J. And Kassam, A.H.

COURSE SCHEDULE (Weekly)

WEEK

TOPICS

1

Definition of fertigation, advantages and disadvantages

2

Irrigation methods and requirement of irrigation water

3

Irrigation scheduling

4

Nutrient requirements of the plants

5

Nutrients and fertilizers used in fertigation

6

Midterm Examination 1

7

Antagonistic and synergistic effects of fertilizers

8

Calculation of chemicals used in fertigation

9

Injection methods used in fertigation

10

Problems and solutions existing in fertigation

11

Midterm Examination 2

12

Water quality and salinity management in fertigation

13

Fertigation applications for greenhouse, field and horticultural crops

14

15,16

Final Examination

CONTRIBUTION OF T...